Our partners and sponsors
BPIE has an extensive stakeholder and partner network in Brussels, EU Member States and around the globe.
Through the participation in EU project consortia, the organisation is building strong ties with many research and umbrella organisations across Europe, as well as industry stakeholders. BPIE also collaborates with other organisations to produce reports and organise events.
Working with renowned organisations:
- The European Commission
- The European Climate Foundation (ECF)
- The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and related initiatives:
Sustainable Energy for All Initiative (SE4all) and the SCP Platform
- The International Energy Agency (IEA)
- The World Bank
- The Environmental Defense Fund (EDF)
- Ministries and national authorities from many EU countries
- Universities and research centres such as TU Wien, the Fraunhofer Institute, Ecofys,
ECN, Enerdata, etc.
- Industry associations and private sector organisations
BPIE is a member of the Active House Alliance and, after having joined the Alliance last year, BPIE’s Executive Director was elected as a member of the Board Advisory Committee.
This collaborative platform, dedicated to all sustainable building professionals, has developed an original approach from local to global: on national portals, users share information and experiences with their peers in their language. Launched with the EU’s support, it is now developed by renowned organizations and multiple partners in each country to ensure its independence, the quality of its content and adaptation to national markets. BPIE is supporting Construction21’s development.
BPIE is an advisory member of the Coalition for Energy Savings.
The Coalition for Energy Savings strives to make energy efficiency and savings the first consideration of energy policies and the driving force towards a secure, sustainable and competitive European Union. Its membership unites businesses, professionals, local authorities, trade unions and civil society organisations in pursuit of this goal.
IMT, the Institute for Market Transformation is the US partner of BPIE, responsible for buildingrating.org. The nonprofit organization promotes energy efficiency, green building and environmental protection in the United States and abroad. IMT’s work addresses market failures that inhibit investment in energy efficiency and sustainability in the building sector.
The World Green Building Council is working together with BPIE in a research context on the implementation of renovation roadmaps in the EU. The World Green Building Council is a network of national green building councils in more than one hundred countries, making it the world’s largest international organisation influencing the green building marketplace.
BPIE is partnering with GBPN. The Global Buildings Performance Network (GBPN) is a globally organised and regionally focused organisation whose mission is to provide policy expertise and technical assistance to advance building energy performance and realise sustainable built environments for all.
BPIE is a member of eceee, the European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy. As Europe’s largest and oldest NGO dedicated to energy efficiency, they generate and provide evidence-based knowledge and analysis of policies, and facilitate co-operation and networking.
BYinnovation is the brand that gathers the experiences developed since 1983 in environmental, social and financial sustainability. The activity is targeted to increase the efficiency in the real estate and industrial operations. We help entrepreneurs and the management community to get the best practices in efficiency and competitive innovation, proposing the best strategical and technological solutions.
The Global Alliance for Buildings and Construction is a voluntary, international, multi-stakeholder partnership launched at COP21 in 2015 to create synergies and increase scale, pace and impact of climate action towards decarbonisation of the buildings and construction sector in line with Paris Agreement goals. The Global Alliance for Buildings and Construction was established in 2015 with the support of its diverse network of over 25 countries and +70 organizations. Together they publish the Global Status Report annually, a global review of progress in the buildings and construction sector and recommendations for policy makers for future efficiency gains
EIT Climate-KIC is a European knowledge and innovation community, working to accelerate the transition to a zero-carbon economy. Supported by the European Institute of Innovation and Technology, EIT Climate-KIC identifies and supports innovation that helps society mitigate and adapt to climate change. EIT Climate-KIC brings together partners in the world of business, academia, and the public and non-profit sectors to create networks of expertise, through which innovative products, services and systems can be developed, brought to market and scaled-up for impact. Through its convening power, EIT Climate-KIC brings together the most effective groups to create the innovation that can lead to systemic change.
The European Climate Initiative (EUKI) is a projectfnancing instrument by the German Federal Ministry for the En vironment, Nature Conservation and N uclear Safety (BMU). It is the overarching goal of the EUKI to foster climate c ooperation within the Eur opean Union (EU) in or der to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions.